A $2,000 average potential bill for out-of-network care, and prevalence of out-of-network “surgical assistants,” shows a need for national policy changes, researchers say.
To encourage medical students who are underrepresented in medicine to enter highly competitive specialties, two Michigan Medicine specialties have made a partnership with a national organization that offers hand
Serial casting and surgically implanted growing rods are both effective treatments but new research aims to show if one supports a higher quality of life for patients and families.
Orthopaedic surgeons sometimes use the procedure for patients missing a portion of bone. U-M researchers are working on ways to improve the technique.